When you do an ls on Debian, you see something like the following:
file1 file2 file3 dir1
When you do the same on Mandrake, you get
file1 file2 file3 dir1/
You see how there's a / at the end of each directory name, making it
really easy to tell at a glance what's a directory and what's not?
Any way to config Debian's ls to do that? I realize it's just a nitpick,
but I am curious.
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